View Poll Results: Select the sensor cleaning kit option you'd like to see!

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Thread: Suggestions for Sensor Cleaning Kit

  1. #1
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    Thumbs up Suggestions for Sensor Cleaning Kit

    Hi guys,
    PPCP will be releasing it's sensor cleaning kit really soon - we're in the final stages of preparation before it's ready for sale and we'd like to hear your views on how you'd like it to be! Please vote accordingly to the explanations given below. Based on the poll results which will close in about 24 hours, we will act accordingly and market the new product as the majority have called for:

    1. Ready, out of the box to clean! No hassle!
    This option will have the sensor swabbing sticks and pec-pads already on the swabs and ready for you to put a drop of sensor cleaning solution and swab away. No hassle, just open, use and throw. This will no doubt increase the price of the kit as they have to be individually packed.

    2. Ready, out of the box with extras.
    This option will have one sensor swabbing stick with a pec-pad attached ready for use and come with spare pads for you to attach yourself for future use. Comes with cleaning fluid too. This is a good option for those who can DIY.

    3. DIY cleaning with the tools supplied.
    This will be: 2 swabbing sticks with pec-pads for you to cut and attach yourself. Fluid included. It's easy to use and DIY. It will lower the cost; if you are on a budget.

    Many thanks in advance!
    PPCP Team
    Budget wedding photographer :)

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    Default Re: Suggestions for Sensor Cleaning Kit

    upz! pls vote
    Budget wedding photographer :)

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    Default Re: Suggestions for Sensor Cleaning Kit

    Quote Originally Posted by ParkertR
    Hi guys,
    PPCP will be releasing it's sensor cleaning kit really soon - we're in the final stages of preparation before it's ready for sale and we'd like to hear your views on how you'd like it to be! Please vote accordingly to the explanations given below. Based on the poll results which will close in about 24 hours, we will act accordingly and market the new product as the majority have called for:

    1. Ready, out of the box to clean! No hassle!
    This option will have the sensor swabbing sticks and pec-pads already on the swabs and ready for you to put a drop of sensor cleaning solution and swab away. No hassle, just open, use and throw. This will no doubt increase the price of the kit as they have to be individually packed.

    2. Ready, out of the box with extras.
    This option will have one sensor swabbing stick with a pec-pad attached ready for use and come with spare pads for you to attach yourself for future use. Comes with cleaning fluid too. This is a good option for those who can DIY.

    3. DIY cleaning with the tools supplied.
    This will be: 2 swabbing sticks with pec-pads for you to cut and attach yourself. Fluid included. It's easy to use and DIY. It will lower the cost; if you are on a budget.

    Many thanks in advance!
    PPCP Team
    how much is the prices in different

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    Default Re: Suggestions for Sensor Cleaning Kit

    Estimated prices for the 3 options are:

    1. $30
    2. $22
    3. $18

    But we will be selling only 1 option just wondering which to settle on. Prices may differ from these listed here, but shouldnt be by much.
    Budget wedding photographer :)

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